Master Sergeant Scott Heise

Senior Military Instructor

MSG Heise joined the US Army Reserves on December 28th, 1982 and attended Basic and Advanced Individual Training as a Combat Medic in early 1983. MSG Heise enlisted in the Regular Army as a medical specialist in March, 1986.  Over the course of his career, MSG Heise has served as a medical specialist with 1/5 Field Artillery, at Fort Riley and 2nd Medical Battalion at Camp Casey, Korea; as a Medical NCO with 1-1 Aviation Regiment and as a Flight Medical NCO and Section NCO with 82nd Medical Detachment (Air Ambulance) – both at Fort Riley; as the NCOIC of Nursing Service at the Schweinfurt Health Clinic in Germany; Platoon Sergeant with 54th Medical Company (Air Ambulance) and 514th Medical Company (Ground Ambulance), and as Detachment NCOIC for the HHD, 62nd Medical Group – all at Fort Lewis, WA; as an AC/RC Observer/Controller with 291st Aviation BN at Fort Riley; Flight platoon Sergeant with 542nd Medical Company (Air Ambulance) at Camp Page, Korea; as Rear Detachment NCO, Flight Platoon Sergeant and First Sergeant with 82nd Medical Company (Air Ambulance) and Senior Medical Operations NCO with the Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley.

MSG Heise’s military education includes Warrior Leader Course, Medical Non Commissioned Officer Course, Basic Non Commissioned Officer Course, Advanced Non Commissioned Officer Course, First Sergeant’s Course, Combat Aviation Survival Instructor Course, Flight Medical Aidman Course, Battle Staff, Republic of Korea Ranger Course, the Army Equal Opportunity Course, and the Safety Non-Commissioned Officer Course.

His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star with oak leaf cluster, Meritorious Service Medal with two oak leaf clusters, Air Medal with numeral two, Army Commendation Medal with silver oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal with three oak leaf clusters, Army Good Conduct Medal (8th award), Southwest Asia Service Medal with three bronze stars, National Defense Service Medal with bronze star, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Korea Defense Service Medal, Non Commissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon with numeral three, Overseas Service Ribbon with numeral five, Army Service Ribbon, Southwest Asia Campaign Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal—Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait Liberation Medal—Government of Kuwait, Meritorious Unit Award with oak leaf cluster, Army Superior Unit Award with oak leaf cluster,  Expert Field Medical Badge, Senior Air Crewmember Badge, Parachutist Badge, Driver’s Badge (Wheeled Vehicle), and the Schützenschnur (German Marksmanship Badge) Silver Award.

Hobbies and recreation include wood working, mountain biking, snow skiing, basketball, motorcycle riding, and recently added to the list, frisbee golf.